Monday MLB Odds, Picks & 10% ROI Predictions for 2 Games, Including Braves vs. Dodgers

Monday MLB Odds, Picks & 10% ROI Predictions for 2 Games, Including Braves vs. Dodgers article feature image

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There's one game on the MLB docket on Monday that The Action Network's proprietary data has a profitable betting system for.

This betting system has a return on investment of 10% since 2005.

For reference, the annual average return of the S&P 500 — roughly the value of the American stock market — has been 8% for about a century.

This system involves contrarian betting and targets the Atlanta Braves vs. Los Angeles Dodgers.

If you had bet $100 on each game that has fit the betting trend since 2005, you'd be up about $13,200. That's roughly $775 per year.

The Action Network's proprietary tracking data has also detected sharp and big moneyed bettors on the Baltimore Orioles vs. Oakland Athletics.

This night cap also has one of our top MLB handicappers betting big on one side of the moneyline.

Read on to see what the wise guys are hammering on Monday night.

Smart Money System Picks for MLB

The historically profitable betting system targets unpopular teams. The team you'd bet on needs to be on a one, two or three game losing streak and their moneyline needs to have fewer than 35% of the public's wagers.

As aforementioned, it's returned 10% of your initial stake since 2005.

For Monday, the system is targeting the Braves, whose best price on the market is with FanDuel at +188.

Meanwhile, sharp and big moneyed bettors are all over the Orioles at +180. Our expert handicappers is also tailing that pick.

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